I was regularly scheduled to come in at 6am - with an hour lunch, I should've gotten off at 3pm. However, they would always extend my lunch to 1.5 or 2 hours (lunch at 9am, btw) to have me stay longer. I never really knew when I was getting off. Sometimes people would come in at 9, be told they were going to be leaving at 12, and still forced to take a "lunch" break from 10-11. What sense does that even make!? Oh, and we were never close to OT, so that obviously is/was not the answer.
Sometimes I come in at my normal time and before I clock in I'm told by management not to clock in yet . I'm told to sit in break room until I am needed. Sometimes I've sat for over an hour.
You could be hired for fulltime then without noticce you are parttime they just did what they wanted
For someone who was hired for full time, and then without notice hours were cut the hours sick.
The hours are great but there is poor management and lazy management.
Answered - Head Start Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) - West Point, GA
They are flexible
Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Bay Shore, NY
7:00-3:30 with a 30 minute lunch break (this is for Pre-K staff)
Answered - LEAD PRE-K TEACHER (Former Employee) - Georgia
They are really good
Answered - Daycare Teacher (Current Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
The working hours are awesome. Monday through Friday and off on weekends.
Answered - Lead Teacher (Former Employee) - Chattanooga, TN
Not too bad, if everyone shows up to work like they are scheduled. Never work weekends.
Answered - Lead Preschool Teacher (Former Employee) - Destin, FL